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慈光店舗にて、面打師『小熊正』の能面、狂言面の展示、販売会を行っております。Noh masks and Kyogen masks made by mask maker “Tadashi Oguma” are on display and for sale at the Jiko store.

小熊正 能面 狂言 能


小熊正氏は、伊藤通彦を通じて能面の世界に出会い面打師として弟子入り。そして能楽師、狂言師向けに面を制作を始める。その後、全国創作能面展、 現代能面美術展、その他で受賞。法政大学能楽研究所でも能面制作、学術 を11年間指導。他、公演会で能面の魅力を伝えるなど、育成にも力を入れております。




Noh masks and Kyogen masks by Tadashi Oguma, a mask maker, are on sale and on display at Jiko’s store.

Tadashi Oguma studied Noh masks under Michihiko Ito. He began making masks for Noh actors and Kyogen actors, and has received awards at the National Exhibition of Creative Noh Masks, the Contemporary Noh Mask Art Exhibition, and other exhibitions. He also taught Noh mask production and academics at the Nohgaku Research Institute of Hosei University for 11 years. He has also been making an effort to train Noh masks and to convey the appeal of Noh masks at performances.

Mr. Oguma’s masks bring out the world of Noh and Kyogen, and are technically excellent. They are very powerful and strong, but at the same time, they are also dignified as art and fine art, with delicate and smooth expressions, precise techniques, individual skin textures, different use of textures, and expression of the ancient atmosphere of the time period.

The history of Noh masks is very rich, dating back to the Kamakura period (1185-1333), and Zeami achieved great success in the Muromachi period (1333-1573). In the Edo period (1603-1867), the tradition was inherited under the protection of the shogunate. Daimyo (feudal lords) and other feudal lords competed with each other to collect masterpieces of masks. In the Meiji period (1868-1912), the Nohgaku world declined and hereditary mask makers ceased to exist, and many Noh masks were exported as works of art outside of Japan, where they were highly valued.Today, Noh actors, kyogen performers, and mask dancers continue the tradition, and in 2008, Nohgaku was registered as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, making it a representative culture and art form of Japan.

Mr. Tadashi Oguma has donated about 100 masks to us, and more than 30 of them are on display and for sale at the Jiko store. Please visit us when you come to Nishiogikubo.

能面 小熊正 能 狂言

能面 小熊正 

TEL/FAX 03-3395-7481

買取のご相談は TEL/ 03-5382-5171
営業時間 10:00~18:00(水曜日休)

For inquiries, please contact
Antique Net Jikoh Co.
4-8-8 Nishiogikita, Suginami-ku, Tokyo  167-0042

TEL/FAX 03-5382-5171

For purchase inquiries, please contact TEL/ 03-5382-5171
Business hours: 10:00-18:00 (closed on Wednesdays)